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The Steepwater Band Live at Clay's Park Resort on 2013-08-31

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The Steepwater Band Live at Clay's Park Resort on 2013-08-31




The Ville Festival - Main Stage

Set One (6:13-7:45)[1:31:52]
01. intro 00:51
02. Remember The Taker 07:26
03. Fire Away 05:21
04. banter 00:59
05. My Back Pocket 02:50
06. Grace And Melody 06:48
07. banter 00:51
08. Healer 05:26
09. Dance Me A Number 04:11
10. banter 00:45
11. High And Humble 05:33
12. band intros 01:27
13. Off The Rails 04:33
14. tuning 01:27
15. Meet Me In The Aftermath 03:33
16. tuning 00:44
17. Boom Boom 16:02
18. banter 01:08
19. Come On Down 07:03
20. World Keeps Moving On 09:44
21. banter 01:11
22. Bottle Of Red Wine 04:04


Collection TheSteepwaterBand
Band/Artist The Steepwater Band
Venue Clay's Park Resort
Location North Lawrence, OH

Source Binaurals > Microtrack II
Lineage Tracks split with Audacity, Flacs encoded with xACT
Taped by Nikres
Transferred by Nikres

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Reviewer: walstib77 - favoritefavoritefavoritefavoritefavorite - September 12, 2013
Subject: Steepwater rocks The Ville
From moment one, they were winning fans as they lit into “Remember the Taker.” It became clear that this is a band that does not care what year it is or what is on the airwaves; they are not trying to reinvent the wheel nor push any envelopes. The Steepwater Band is rooted in blues, tapped into the river of rock, and riding it hard and free. The aptly named “Fire Away” followed
their opener, and the set rolled on demonstrating skill in hooking through a theme leveraged in metaphor that digs at your soul while driving solos and grooves that dare you to stand still
at your own peril. Other stalwart compositions included “Grace & Melody,” “Off the Rails,” “Meet Me in the Aftermath,” and a tasty interpretation of John Lee Hooker’s iconic “Boom Boom.” It’s damn good to see rock rise up and spit fire the way Steepwater blasted The Ville. By the time they finished with Clapton’s “Bottle of Red Wine,” they had done their work, and done it superbly. See them.
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